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Digital Humanities Resources: Getting Started

A brief guide for faculty on DH concepts, tools, examples, and pedagogies.


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An ongoing compilation of Digital Humanities tools and scholarly context. Some of the content on this guide is adapted and expanded from a June 2015 UST Center for Faculty Development workshop, "Fostering the Digital Humanities at St. Thomas," presenters Dr. Chris Wells, Macalester College, and Dr. Annie Swofford, SUNY-New Paltz. Thanks also to Dr. Emily James (English) for additional resources.  

Selected Digital Humanities books

DH Readings

Digital Humanities Journals at UST


Libraries Support for Digital Humanities

Contact your liaison librarian to discuss possibilities for DH projects or assignments, for help locating sources, images, texts, etc., or contact the librarians listed below.

Your Librarian: John Heintz

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John Heintz
Data Services & Business LibrarianCharles J. Keffer Library

Your Librarian

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Talia Nadir
During the COVID-19 Outbreak I am working from home. I am still available for research questions and consultations. Please use the buttons above to schedule an appointment or email me.

Ann Zawistoski

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Ann Gwinn Zawistoski
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During the COVID-19 outbreak I will be working from home, but I am still available for research questions and consultations! Use the button above to make an appointment, or send me an email. Take care!
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library
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